Amrit Wilson

Amrit Wilson is a writer and activist on issues of race and gender in Britain and South Asian politics. She was a founder member of Awaz, the first Asian feminist collective in the UK and an active member of the Organisation of Women of Asian and African Descent (OWAAD). Between 2000 and 2014, she was chair of Imkaan, a national network of Black Asian Minority Ethnic and Refugee women's refuges and services for women facing violence. Currently she is a member of South Asia Solidarity Group. Her books include Finding a Voice: Asian Women in Britain (Virago, 1978) which won the Martin Luther King Award and has been republished in an extended form in 2018 by Daraja Books and Dreams Questions Struggles: South Asian Women in Britain (London: Pluto Press, 2006).

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